As V-Petrotek′ Marketing Manager, you will be responsible for developing and enacting Petrotek’s marketing strategy as well as analyzing its impact.
Develop Petrotek′s Marketing Strategy
Develop service product positioning and message
Understand our clients—their needs,buying criteria and procedure, their current technology
Keep up-to-date on the oil industry through frequent contact with key industry players
Analyze current and former sales
Become an expert on the competition and the differentiators between them and us
Enact Marketing Strategy
Define and execute the key ways to enhance Petrotek recognition in the industry
Communicate the value proposition of the products to the sales team
Develop sales tools that support the selling process
Coordinate Marketing Activities
Coordinate appropriate trade shows and ensure Petrotek is involved in technical programs, speaking engagements, etc.
Coordinate Lunch and Learns, User Meetings
Actively participate in key industry organizations
Guide web site message
Hand off leads generated via marketing to sales manager
Analyze Marketing Impact
Track and analyze responses from marketing activities
Update strategy in response to analysis and changing industry requirements
• Knowledge of the up oil industry
• 3-5 Years in Marketing
• BA (minimum)
• Willingness to travel
The Sales Engineer is the acknowledged expert of assigned accounts, responsible for the development of business and client relationships. Depending on knowledge, expertise, and skill set of the successful candidate, the job function of the Sale Engineer will vary.
Account management: Function as point of contact and facilitator for domain business matters. Establish and maintain strong, credible business relationships.
Account development: Develop comprehensive knowledge of accounts, maintain profiles, and develop business strategy for increasing profitability.
Account sales: With working knowledge of all relevant product lines, identify and promote suitable opportunities. Coordinate and compile responses to accounts, including rates for products or services.
Business and competitor intelligence: Develop a broad understanding of business within appropriate business regions. Maintain overviews of competitor organizations and monitor industry standards and trends.
Marketing: Recommend new marketing initiatives. Instigate and support initiatives including client open days, technology updates, etc.
Customer services: Coordinate with client services to communicate all required information for sales transactions. Promote efficient postsales processes to ensure good relations.
Product pricing: Understand product pricing and provide input to Sales Manager on rates and pricing trends. Contribute input for electronic price book, coordinating with Sales Manager and Marketing Manager.
• Bachelor’s degree in a science field.
• Previous sales experience in relevant domain.
• Fluency in spoken and written English essential.
• Regional market knowledge.
The Geologist studies well logs, analyzes cores and cuttings from well drillings, and interprets data from imaging and dipmeter tools to determine formation structural and stratigraphic properties. The results are used to deliver additional information such as fracture identification, stress orientation, and sand count and in more advanced interpretations related to grain size and facies analysis. This position requires worldwide mobility with no restrictions.
Successful Geologists have strong teamwork, presentation, and people skills. They enjoy working face to face with clients and have the adaptability required to perform in a consulting services environment.
Work with subsurface team to prepare conceptual and detailed basis of design for well completions.
Prepare surface and subsurface maps and diagrams that depict stratigraphic arrangement and composition of the field or location.
Generate structural model of prospect including seismic interpretation and analysis, geologic interpretation, rock property analysis, mapping, structural framework creation in time, and depth conversion.
Perform facies modeling.
More senior candidate will mentor the technical community, exploration geoscientists, and technicians assigned to a common project.
• Master’s degree in geology.
• Minimum 4-5 years of related industry experience.
• Fluency in Spanish for certain locations and proficiency in English.
• Experience in solid clastic reservoirs.
• Hands-on experience with Petra, and other industry software programs.
• Experience in operations geology and cross-discipline experience with production and reservoir engineering or drilling desirable.
The Geophysicist evaluates and interprets geophysical and seismic data together with geologic evidence to provide best-of-class results and services to our clients. Expertise is applied to locate appraisal and development wells, analyze interpretations, and work is performed within multidisciplinary teams, mainly in client offices.
Condition well data for seismic data processing and for integration within projects.
Apply geophysical interpretation for prospect development or as an input to geologic models for fluid flow simulation.
Interpret seismic data for multiple purposes depending on project requirements.
Use inversion data to calculate reservoir properties and to establish background or low-frequency model and velocity trends for inversion of seismic data to absolute acoustic impedance.
Generate synthetics, perform well tie analysis, and build velocity models by integration of well- and seismic-derived velocity fields and trends, depth conversion, depth residual analysis, and associated uncertainty for depth prediction.
Perform structural analysis for fault, fracture, and regional structural style identification.
Analyze fault sealing properties and trapping mechanism.
• Minimum of bachelor's degree in geophysics, earth sciences or physical sciences.
• 3-5 years of experience in a seismic interpretation position
• Familiar with geologic and geophysical portfolio and services of Schlumberger Information Systems and general understanding of the product portfolio.
• Understanding of direct and geostatistical modeling techniques (neural networks, classical statistical methods, etc.) at application level.
The Reservoir Engineer is a key technical contributor who identifies solutions that are clearly relevant to client needs and that impact Schlumberger business. Responsibilities include assisting with introduction of new technologies and answer products. Working in the arena of reservoir engineering but with a good understanding of other technical domains, a Reservoir Engineer understands the interaction and overlap with other disciplines on multiple client projects. This position requires worldwide mobility with no restrictions.
Successful Reservoir Engineers have strong teamwork, presentation, and people skills. They enjoy working face to face with clients and have the adaptability required to perform in a consulting services environment.
Build simulation models for field performance and fluid behavior to predict reservoir performance and then validate the model with actual reservoir data.
Upscale geologic models for dynamic fluid flow analysis using a numerical simulator.
Estimate the potential of a reservoir in order to determine fluid flow.
Create and enhance reservoir models that simulate fluid flow, phase behavior, and reservoir physical properties.
Analyze fluid properties to predict fluid behavior and estimate its impact on production characteristics.
Investigate enhanced oil recovery options.
Construct field development plans to optimize reservoir production.
Understand reservoir economics and make technical and fiscal recommendations.
Mentor the technical community, exploration geoscientists and technicians assigned to a common project.
• Bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering.
• 3- 5 years of experience in reservoir simulation.
• Hands-on experience in black oil, compositional, and thermal simulation.
• Proficiency in applications such as ECLIPSE, ECLIPSE PVTi, and OFM, and Petrel software.